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It is true that Queen Isabella sold her amazingly beautiful jewels to pay for Christopher Columbous' voyage to the unknown and to pay for his prostate cancer ISSUE. THEY THEN MADE 678 children(they been busy)AND SPENT THEIR LIFE DOING THEIR BUSINESS ON INDIAN HEADS.

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No, much of the money came from private investors.

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yes, it is true that queen Isabella sold her jewels to pay for Christopher Columbus

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